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College of Business

Business Administration Degree in Redding

Graduates of the Redding degree program at Chico State commencement ceremony

CSU, Chico College of Business is excited to offer the Management option(opens in new window) for Business Administration majors to students in the Redding area at the Shasta College University Center in downtown Redding, California. Students transferring into the Chico State College of Business can complete their business administration degree without traveling to Chico if they specialize in the management option.

Students interested in other business administration options can also take the upper-division business core classes in Redding. This allows us to give more opportunities to students and better serve the North State, which is a key University priority. The College of Business must provide quality programs that continuously improve - part of our AACSB accreditation standard. 


Features

Flexibility

Full-time or part-time students will have equal ease in progressing to graduation each semester. Students may take up to five courses every semester, which would guarantee graduation within two years. Students also have the capability of taking as few as one course each semester, ensuring our students are able to set the pace according to their needs. 

Guaranteed Schedule and Courses

Our late-afternoon and evening courses (5:30 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. Monday through Thursday) enables working adults to join our program, and more traditional students have access to courses at convenient times. Our courses have high-impact classroom methods that allow hands-on community based problem-solving and projects. Over 50 percent of total class time is face-to-face, and community-based internships are built into the program to help students succeed post-graduation. 

Redding Program Advisory Committee

The committee for the Business Administration Degree Program consists of experienced professionals from the North State who donate their time and expertise to help further the program's mission and foster student success.


Students in class

Program Coursework

Fall - Semester 1Spring - Semester 2Fall - Semester 3Spring - Semester 4
*Communication in Business (BADM 300W)*Decision Analysis for Business (BADM 308)Managing Individual Differences (MGMT 442)*Applied Strategic Decision Making (BADM 495)
*Corporate Technology Integration (MINS 301 online)*Survey of Finance (FINA 307)Organizational Design and Change (MGMT 443)Global Corporate Social Responsibility (MGMT 440)
*Survey of Management (MGMT 303)*Human Resource Management (MGMT 304)Managing Project Teams (MGMT 444)Leadership and Motivation (MGMT 447)
*Survey of Marketing (MKTG 305 online)Introduction to Entrepreneurship (MGMT 450)Managing Teams and Conflict in Organizations (MGMT 448)Business Dynamics (MGMT 470)
*Operations Management (OSCM 306)GE Pathway #1GE Pathway #2GE Pathway #3

*COB Upper Division Core


Redding Community Benefits

Each semester the program will provide opportunities for course-based projects designed to deliver value to the Redding community, local businesses, and organizations. Our program will serve as the seed to develop high-quality bachelor degree programs that suit the developing needs of the Redding community.

Visit CSU, Chico Regional & Continuing Education to learn more.

Department of Management(opens in new window)
Michael T. Rehg
Program Director
mrehg@csuchico.edu 
Glenn Hall, Room 217
530-898-4821(opens in new window)

Business Student Advising
Kristina Brown
Redding Management Advisor
kbrown60@csuchico.edu 
530-898-4480

Glenn Hall

More Information

Business Student Advising 
530-898-4480
Undergraduate
MBA Program
businessadvisor@csuchico.edu 

Dean’s Office 
530-898-6272
bus@csuchico.edu

Giving Questions
Dean's Office
530-898-6272
bus@csuchico.edu


Accessibility Information

Persons with disabilities who need accommodations or have questions about physical access may call the program sponsoring the event or call Accessibility Resource Center at 530-898-5959.